What is the MITS?
First off, the Master in Information and Telecommunication Systems (MITS) is not a generic business degree. Rather, it is a content-driven degree focusing on all aspects of the IT industry: Technology, Economics, and Management. Upon completing the MITS, you will have gained in-depth skills and knowledge allowing you to better adapt to the ever-changing IT environment, and to gain a deep understanding of how to utilize IT technology to create business solutions.
Why does the MITS work?
The MITS degree program consists of three components:
- The introductory courses:
- Catch up on the latest developments in IT technology and close any gaps in your knowledge
- Gain a deep understanding of the IT regulatory environment and rules, and the economic theory behind the rules
- Study advanced research tools to be able to apply statistics, data gathering, and data analysis techniques correctly and efficiently
- Choose from a list of classes providing in-depth information about specific topics, including a number of hands-on “lab” classes
- In the cap-stone course, focus on the application of everything you have learned so far in a case-study based course.
- Complete a professional project, applying your course knowledge to a real-life problem under the guidance of an ITS faculty committee
Once you complete the MITS you will be ready to tackle complex IT projects with new-found confidence and skills!
Ready to get started?
Jump over to the “Admissions” page to get the details on how to apply.
The Ohio University Bursar maintains a “Tuition Schedule for Off-Campus Graduate Programs” page. The MITS rates are near the bottom of the page under “Scripps College of Communication”.
Want to see more details?
The “Program Details” page contains information on what courses you will take, and other information on the content of the program.
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